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Lewiston police investigate series of bomb threats against district schools

Another bomb threat hit a Lewiston school Thursday night, but police were able to clear the structure in time for Friday classes to proceed as normal.


Duterte wins Philippine presidency in official count

Philippine lawmakers completed the official vote count from May 9 elections on Friday and announced that Mayor Rodrigo Duterte won the presidency by an overwhelming margin, while Rep. Leni Robredo triumphed as vice president.


Trump called ‘small man’ for taking 9/11 money

Donald Trump is “a small man” for accepting $150,000 from a federal fund for small businesses hurt by the Sept. 11 attacks and should return the money or donate it to charity, a New York Democratic congressman said.


North Idaho man wanted on kidnapping charge captured

A northern Idaho man authorities say opened fire on a sheriff’s deputy during a vehicle pursuit and then escaped on foot has been captured.


Democrats holding forums on convention platform around country

Seeking to defuse tensions, the Democratic National Committee said Friday it will hold public hearings around the country to develop the platform for its summer convention, a focal point for supporters of presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.


Trump vs. Sanders: Bernie says he’s ready to debate GOP nominee

Who knows if the purported debate between Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders will come off? The Republican seemed to be half-joking when he suggested at a North Dakota appearance that he’d debate Sanders, the Vermont senator running for the Democratic nomination, if the event could raise money for women’s health groups.


Origin of key Clinton emails from report are a mystery

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was supposed to have turned over all work-related emails to the State Department to be released to the public. But an agency audit found at least three emails never seen before – including Clinton’s own explanation of why she wanted her emails kept private.


Bernie Sanders accepts Kentucky primary result; Hillary Clinton wins state

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says his campaign accepts primary results in Kentucky, handing front-runner Hillary Clinton another victory.


Attempted murder charge dropped in pastor’s shooting

The man accused of shooting Coeur d’Alene Pastor Tim Remington in March no longer faces a charge of attempted murder. The Kootenai County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office dropped that charge Wednesday and instead has charged Kyle Andrew Odom with aggravated battery.


Teen sues in locker room rape in Dietrich, alleges lengthy racist abuse

BOISE – A black teen who prosecutors say was sexually assaulted by three white football players in an Idaho high school locker room has sued the school district, saying the rape was the culmination of months of racist and physical abuse. The federal lawsuit filed May 13 says the school failed to prevent taunts and abuse despite many incidents happening in front of football coaches and other school officials.



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